Tom Kenyon
Tom Kenyon's work in brain/mind
re-education is a scientifically based
art form that transforms consciousness
in rapid and elegant ways.

Tom’s 2020 Teaching Schedule

I am entering a period of personal retreat that I have been alluding to in my Schedules for some time. I have no plans to facilitate any workshops or tours in the near future—at least for an indeterminate period of time.

How long this period of much needed introspection will take I cannot say with any degree of certainty. This type of inner psycho-spiritual exploration has it own rhythms and to “push the river” to get a “quicker resolution and integration” so that I might be able to go out into the public arena again would be inadvisable both for the integrity of the Work and for my own personal spiritual and psychological process.

When (and if) I decide to offer any workshops or tours in the future, I will post information about them in this Calendar section. I will also send an email notification to everyone who is signed up to receive such notifications before the workshop information is posted. If you wish to receive an email about future workshops and aren’t yet signed up to do so, just go to Contact on the Home page and pick which type of notifications you wish to receive.

Below is a photo I took of an interesting cloud anomaly a few years ago that looks to me shockingly like a “Wind Horse.” The root idea of Wind Horses can be traced back to various shamanic traditions throughout much of Asia. This concept also took root in Tibet where it went through various transformations. One of these transformations included the use of prayer flags, which carried images of a horse. It was believed that the when the winds moved, the flags would flutter and carry into the heavenly realms the prayers or intentions of those who set the flags in place.

While there are many different associations with Wind Horses one common theme is that of wellness and good fortune.

The image in the photo below looks to me much like a horse and the wind was quite active when I took this shot. The “double rainbow” around the head of the horse is an anomaly caused by clouds that were temporarily obscuring the sun.

I personally found this double rainbow to be a significant synchronicity as the rainbow is metaphorically related to the Tibetan concept of the Sambhogakaya or Pure Realm of Light and Sound. This realm of light and healing sound is always present even when we don’t recognize it. And I think this idea of an ever constant realm of light and healing is a good thing to remember as we all tumble into the intense transformations that many (if not all) of us are experiencing.

As I mentioned earlier, one of the common themes of the Wind Horse is that it represents the concepts of wellness and good fortune. By sharing this photo, I am wishing you and your loved ones wellness and good fortune in the midst of whatever may arise in our collective Dream.

Below the photo is something I call a “mind scribbling” titled Kiva of the Heart and Mind. It conveys the essence of my work and also reveals, in my opinion, the hidden tap root of deep wellness and true good fortune.

Sky Horse

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Kiva of the Heart and Mind
Tom Kenyon

In the kiva of the heart and mind there are unseen rhythms.

Sometimes all is parched upon the land, and one is hard pressed to survive.

Sometimes a sweet unanticipated rain falls like grace from the heavenly worlds, and suddenly the desert floor—of the seemingly barren heart—is filled with blossoming flowers and the air is left brimming with the sweetness of new life.

But the cycle of death and rebirth is only one small sliver of this kiva’s vast and mysterious rhythm.

For those who look deeper Into the mirage of their own inner suffering, there is a place of stillness that is hidden from the world.

It sits like a cave in the deepest recesses of the inner heart and reaches out to the edge of the horizon—that mysterious place where the opposing forces of earth and sky meet each other head on.

Few people ever notice their own inner heart for one has to be still and quiet in one’s own mind to enter into this hidden space.

It is here, at the edge of our mind’s horizon, that our pleasures and despairs arise, fueled by the turbulence of solar storms that pummel the stratosphere along with the whisperings of star dreams that come to this place from the farthest edges of the known and unknown universe.

It is also here, in this hidden kiva of the heart and mind, that the whisperings of new dreams from sleeping seeds within the Earth flow to us—striving to awaken us from our slumber.

A swirling vortex of forces from heaven and earth meets anyone who dares to enter this kiva of the heart and mind.

While this kiva has existed from before the beginning of time and has–and always will be—primordially pure, its entrance has been dug with our own hands as well as with the hands of our ancestors, and all our hopes and fears have been pressed into its entrance.

It has been said that there are three tunnels that burrow toward the kiva, but only the last one leads into its womb-like heart.

The first two lead somewhere else.

The easiest to find Is the one that leads to annihilation and oblivion.

The second tunnel leads to freedom from the Earth and opens into a wormhole that leads into the stars.

The third tunnel is the most difficult to find and even more difficult to open.

The entrance to this tunnel was pressed into place from the worlds and dreams of our ancestors that stretch back through all of the world’s tormented histories back to the beginning of time when time, itself, crawled like a cosmic serpent from the womb of all things.

Those who choose to enter this tunnel must wrestle with their own demons as well as with those of their ancestors before they can peer into the diamond light that streams from the deepest kiva of the mind.

For those who find and open this hidden tunnel, a new type of freedom is born.

In this freedom both Heaven and Earth are no longer at odds.

All our hopes and fears are transformed, and all the seeming conflicts of our life are resolved, resolved by resplendent rainbows of pure light that flow from an endless river of healing that always lies beneath the surface of things, that always lies beneath the surface of things.

Even in the mirage of the barren desert there are healing waters and resplendent rainbows of light.

Look beneath the surface. Look beneath the surface of all things–even in the midst of the worst torments of your life.

May we all awaken from our slumber. May we all drink from the healing waters within, and may we all gaze upon the resplendent rainbows of light that stream from all things.

Tom Kenyon
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